The littlest griffin

When planning my trip to Sydney, I was originally scheduled to only work until Friday and return on Saturday. However, I asked if I could stay an additional day just so that I could have 1 whole day to do a bit of sight-seeing before my return to Tokyo.

It was approved… but later turned out that I had to go in to work on Saturday anyway. Honestly, I wasn't too terribly surprised – it happens often enough if you work in IT. I started at 8AM Saturday morning, and managed to finish around 1PM, so I at least had the whole of the afternoon off.

Since I didn't want to stay out too late (I had to leave for the airport at 6AM and still hadn't packed), my friend suggested a quick trip to Taronga zoo. Normally I'm not too keen on zoos since the animals always tend to look rather depressed in their cages, but I have to say that Taronga zoo is pretty nicely designed. One of the highlights of the visit was a bird display, and I got a shot of this cool hawk(?). He demonstrated how his wild relatives would smash eggs to get at the contents inside.

I have more shots from the zoo, but those will be uploaded to another album when I have more time. For now, this will do for my #creative366project shot of that day. 🙂

Good night from Tokyo!

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February 25, 2012 – The littlest griffin

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